Visitation License is available for those who wish to visit hospitals but do not desire to be licensed ministers. The fee must accompany the application.
Local License applicants must have maintained membership in the Council for at least one year and have been in attendance for at least three of the four Council sessions. Ministerial Local License fee must accompany the application.
The PAW Non-ordained License issued by the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc. is available for ministers who have held a Local License from the Illinois District Council for at least one year and have completed the Ministerial Introduction Aenon Bible College Course. The certificate of completion, along with a completed and signed application and accompanying fees must be submitted to the IDC Secretary Office before noon on Friday of each Council Session. The application can be downloaded from this site by selecting non-ordained PAW license below. After one has held the non-ordained PAW license for one year, they are then eligible to apply for Ordination. The Ordination Preparation Aenon Bible College Course must be completed and a certificate issued before applying for an Ordained PAW license. The certificate of completion, along with the signed application and accompanying fees must be submitted to the IDC Secretary Office before noon on Friday of the annual July Session. Ordination services customarily take place during the Friday evening services. Instructions will be given to all candidates prior to the services. All license applications must be approved and signed by the local pastor. All Aenon course descriptions are available online at http://www.aenononline.org/. Courses may be taken at local satellite churches or online (Spring 2015). You may contact the IDC Secretary or Aenon Bible College for more information. IDC Secretary (708) 439-2661 Aenon Bible College (317) 549-0255)
A formal application through the Council Office must be accompanied by the appropriate fee.
All members of local churches are encouraged to become members of the Illinois District council and to participate in the various activities of the Council and its auxiliaries. Application for individual membership in the Illinois District Council is made by formal application process which includes a $15.00 fee. Applications must be signed by the applicant’s pastor. The pastor must be a member of the Illinois District Council before his/her congregation is eligible for membership. All applications for individual membership are submitted to an appointed Membership and Credential committee which makes recommendations to the council.
Members are eligible to:
1. Participate in business sessions
2. Receive Council mailings
3. Eat dinner meal(s) at the council each day of meetings
The regular membership fee is $20.00 per session. Senior Citizens (65 and older) are eligible for a reduced fee of $9.00 per session. Council dues are paid quarterly in addition to any other fees or assessments. (See “Licensing”) Council dues are paid regardless of attendance. In the event of your absence, dues may be forwarded to the Council secretary.
When a member’s dues become delinquent, that member is not in proper and full standing of membership. In that event, the person may not run for office in any of the auxiliaries. In the case of ministers, the consequences of delinquency could be much greater. Any persons whose dues are in arrears may select to be reinstated to full membership. In that case, the member must pay back dues from the last two (2) sessions and the current quarter for a total of $60.00. Reinstatement is immediate upon payment. Reinstatement does not negate absences from Council sessions. In cases where attendance is required, as in nomination for auxiliary office, the persons is to be counted as non-attending if indeed that was the case.
|$200.00. District Elders|
|$250.00 Suffragan Bishops|